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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Hbpay, Mar�?h 31,1913 THIS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TQ-day-To-morrow I 'pkOOUCTION OF . IliB BaprlBP" r;?dfNE 'OF THE Gr'sATEST "BROWi^Hb" PEATURES OF THE i '^mM. - ''YEAR THE MAQNIFICEfJT "The � PORTRAYAL - OF TOLSTOI'S GREAT~ ' DRAMA P u rrection THIS WILL'BE SHOWN AS AN EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION TO OUR USUAL PROGRAM  *��{ OF LANG'S BIRTHDAY JUVENILE LITTLE ALL TO BOSTONIANSi HAD. ENTERTAINMENT , THEMSELVES What is uiidoubledly ond'''bf-*"the best programs ever fi��cured by, the management of Starland ,tv111 be shown at that ever piopdar v -photoplay house today and Id^'orrow? ^' ' Foremoat on thrf bill is ihti long looked for !portrayial':of'..TolBt,6rs Jm-' ^^mortai Catfrina^^>|i;hS||ii|| :'ie�i'ure:'�'bWn#a;3^^^^^ land Limited. Jntbi'sj exquisite, pre-; sentatlon of'this famous^work"'the-^Ieadlnr ...........I Is so, well,known that.It.needs nb':in- itjSoduOt0*y5t^^ promin�rt .and.profSfossiVe oiti^^^^ns in � .tW'peirsdaVrtoiee'Qaain. who has been k resident so long as to be look-6a, iipdn as one ot tlie bid timers. , . Mr. Quiln, as the leading .spirit of tee Quain Electric Co^, pt Cran-lil;6W^'��d^Mtfdioiae I^t^tods '.Ihe de-TOsmds tbe-j-TitoireV recently /opened business at Medicine Hat, up so -'^ .'>.-�'-�.� *)mo fViai. lift has -QIS- best dramatlo dnd ^attl^tlc-^tolngs will find this dramatisation,ot "The Resurrection" to be all'that could be desired. It will be shown at StarUind today in addition, to the legula^ liro- .gfam.'. 'i a^ A"he>^ .'AlirDoo^an ,1131eotric: y-Oo., compose.^ ot f.^ V- 'Alt. ot,,Fer->c \ jiie, aW E. L". Doolan,- ot Cranbrook. ' . .4A .ne'sv'-flrm t�- be  known as ^ thpJV..; ' Parks.doi>'is ^opening; up,a sad| 4l*ry''and'^harnesB'store on Baket J. .Kennedy, ot P. Burns Cq.?,s; -'-'Mea1iiMarket, has been transterred the "firm'to'.their tethbrlilse brancba ; �  vThetOt^nbrook couriers, vmj ;hate,j r 'been attoMing the l?()nspi6l,al^ van-I, �-"couVdr, are on their way home but .. n6t' .qaite empty-handed. > Theysuot \' ceeded Iji capfurlng two third pfizes. I tons.'-a: furiously 'furpyl^""^^^''^"', 'flirtUo picture end of "the bill,' whilst MisB Blllotte''will complete the pro-' 'gram singing ^the. great comedy 'success, !'Kow, "Row. Row.'-' MB. HBNRY MAY-RUN Medline Hat, Mai eh 29.-It is re-, pm-ted that W.'S. Henry, a'rancher ot Suffleld, wlU.be C. S. Pingle;* opponj; ent" ln."Redoll�, taking th*e place of W. G. ^Nlblock, who re8lgn,?d the Coij.;-servatlve candidacy. ^The chorus of the Juvenile Bostoni; Jana paid their.reapecta to Jlrs. l�ng' onher,'birthd'a3r,;in^theform of a Sped-, ial performance last night.; ,,.,( ;-:rh"e affalr^.Wa^'""tf-Vple-ndfii .'succesS. and' the. priviieg'&d.few.who were forr tunate- enough, to .secure .invitatloril heartily enjoyed themselves.-. -The � Qostumlngv' was ?'most;'%laborate, iand; I'theibekutlful-bouquels of'.flowers' arifl: fruitfl, whiohVwere: handed to; thei^Iay-; era''at Intervals'deserve mention.,,^., \ The'title ot the play was "CJreat Moments from>- the Pi'inceSs Chio,"i and tbe^cast 'was as follows; ^ , , ' ."^CihaHes, the bold Duke ' of Nor-, mandy; Patsey i-Henry;. Erancbis, ibis friend; :!Stubby..Myling;:::Chamber(;in, steward to the Duke, Mazie Hill; Brevet, a.'febldler of fortune, Neva'Chaffee ; iBrabeauy'i'Be'e .Myling;; Bstella; dayiglJter" of ChamberOn, Dazie Hen-" ry; Pommard, steward to'tbe'Prln-rcess.^Q-weneth Mason;.il^rraine/.i^ |to the Prinoeas, Blanche Ogdeh; Prin: cess. Chlctof Normandy, Dorta-Caa- fleld .............-.^.-f-Aj.,.... , By special request, iliss^ Doris',p,an., |'fie]d,Hhe" stiir'of the evening, ren^ei^-' �ed'iv'that'-i':.comioal-; musioal;s'niimibpr�j ,'Andv;th6 .'Qreen , Grass , (JreWj^rAll |;Roundi'''>.Sh6 was .heartily applauded �fOr'her�'efforts.-a-*,-;^^--lEvexyon^ 'tried .theiri' haTdest'';t{j please, and they certainly succeeded',' as wasievid^enced by the^,^ enthusia,stlo^ e'ncOres|.which had to. beu-esponde'dHpi .'The\"''Heral^ .''^Jsh'es tos> Lang; m'a�y^liappy,x�til'rns''6f lier birtli^&y.'. . ...... "5.\.5.,!>vf... .,...s1V�,,^,..'/"b. SPEA'KAEi Paris, March: 3L--The grand event oE the Paris'jNational Horse Show  yesterday afternoon surpassed all former .reco;rdS,.,not only tor the excol-lenco and precision of the selected representatives' 'ot; the French cavalry but'.also ..for/; the; patriotic outbursts of >enthusia�m>amo;ng the spectators .who packed the, grand palace ot the Ghamps -Elyseesmuinbermg more than It" was a triumph for the sixteea highiy trained young officers of the Cavalry school of Aplon o� Sauraur, all of whom � �vyent through thsir manoeuvres at full gallop with, clook-iwork nicety,.executing tlie most difficulty: and cotrtplicaliedieats of haulte ecole.without:-arslngle fault. . The splendid �.�amounted horsemeu galloped- in'..'line to 'the re-vie'Wing'stand at'the close of which each' horse.leaped. high in the air, lattdingi,on-Jts- Er-ont legs, and then r.k]okinjr^thnco.iwith.l30th hind legs' to a( hei|pC;of 'three;;yards, after which the -hotses, all :in perfect alignment, reared,>uj) straight in the adr and i'tood'on their h'filH'logs whil^' their riders saluted with their sabres the. :nilttister>of war;i'�MT;.Etienne;'' who rep'teentcd �.PresMent: Pomcare, absent-at, Montpelier. Mme. Poincare, who :-was present, 'also^ received an �ovafion. 'The military attaches, Rus sian, G. B. Argentina, Austro-Hun-) gary,. Italy, Spain and even Germany, AVI19'stood "near the minister of war, diti not hesitate , to admit that;no other cavalry�.school in the world has yet produced such absolute .iperfeotioff:of equestrian-sltill; as was accomplished today^ by this sfclected detaehmeiif of, the national French cavalry of its .school of Saumur.^un-;der the. commandptGapt. Instructor Falguiro, cousin of the late famous I'sculptor. , ' - ; � ' All the chargers^ were born and ibredian^jFrancjBri.being ;^niostly':'1)hree-quarters Ihoioughbted. Pincher Creek, March .'11.-John Mc-Crea, the farmer who was shot hero a feW'days ago, is still at tlie Meiu-oria! hospital here. Mis con-iition is said to be improving quite satistac-torilv. The Memorial hoispital is now full to capacity; .Several accident cases, and some rather delicate opcrat.ons have kept the start of nurses on the jump for sotrre time, with the result that some of them are heginnmg to show the effects of the heavy strain Under which thev have been placed. Nurse McKenzie has been forced to give up her duties temporarily, and the management have had some difficulty in getting a substitute. The tact that-this instiuitiou is full and that the staff is being overworked is pretty good evidence of the need of this hospital at this point. John Kemmis, M. P. P., will address a meeting in the opera house here this. evening, when he will give an account ot his stewardship at the provincial capital. _ This meeting 'is creating consideralile interest among the farmers as well as the townspeople, all of whom are anxious to learn what our ex-member thinks of the Government's Machinery Bill a>nd Elevator Bill.' Since the genial John is a member of the U. F. A., anil the two hills mentioned were introduced on the suggestion of the U. P. A. convention at Calgary, it would seem that they would naturally he enthusiastically supported'by Mr. Kemmis. Rev. W. W. Aitclieson, who tor several years has been the pastor of the Presbyterian congregation here, preached his farewell sermon last ev- . cning, and expects to. leave on Wednesday tor Zealandia), Sask., to which ; place!ho has been called. During his sojourn m Pincher Creek Mr. Aitclie- 1 son has bscomo very highly esteemed ' by the townspeople generally, all o� ' whom:will regret his departure from our community.-: .. Premier Sifton will': open the campaign hero "for the '.biberals. on Tuesday Dvemng,.when^ he .will address a ! meetmg'in' the '-interests � of A.. N. j' Mouat, tlio; Liberal noraihee, The 'po- -litloal; atmosphere is Warnv.ng up ^ considerabjy hpjre just now wA: the prospects are it will .become a great. deal warmer '.before April 17th. :Both ' candidates are well known throughout: the .south country, and., likewise both are highly- esteemed *and respected by all who know them. As tar as the candidates Me concerned they can personally, be depended- uiion to conduct a' clean, and honopble-campaign. Provincial Election Socialist Party of Canada Campaign JOE KNIGHT'S Candidatufi Contributions to the above fund will be thankfully received by MISS ANNIE SHERMAN 404 12th St. C North m Financial Secreta*'SI';.tS Til SLIDES Plain and Colored Prices From $1.00 to $2.00 A IT Herald Job Department Quicker! Better! Cheapeir BY MAIL DEVELOPING AND PRINTING FOR AMATEURS All orders executed'by return of mall. ^ ^ Developing 15c and up per roll; , Printing, 50c and up, per dozen.v ; The British and Colonial Photogrj^phic Co:? SHERLOCK BUILDING. , , . ' LETHBRIDQE, AUTf SIGNIFICANT QUESTION ' Qalgary, March 28-"Am'I the 'only one," was Jhe startling remark of Farry Mlnchlh, former assistant 'treasurer and alderman, and'a. candidate for'city "commissioner, Twhen he ;was arrested on''a'charge ofl'having embezzled $7,000 from the city treasurer, His pre'llminai-y hearing �tart-6)d in police oowrt today, ' and , Chief Cuddy testified to'llils/reniapk. The: case will be remanded tomorrowi The ment Juit p'eyfectly:|it Dnig llnbJt 0BaiVb'e,9ura%^y our Sp lit n-. efllclM�t|;ae;pu5^e(^tment for for rail '"^''�'"'i^^Pi^^^^^^B '-.'THE.MEAL John'Angermeyer, keeper_ot the St. Louis ipo, had^to lanoe ajipll on the ij'a'w "Of'^a.-W'Tfthe 'other^;aay as'part ?of his.duties. MR. '8IFT0tg''t)N:'APRIL, Vi'MR.' MICHENER ON 3rd-REAL, ^ ; ^'.ESTATE .,MEN, ARRp-TEp/ll";^ - . ' -^- ' ' - V ' - ' . Medicine Hat, March 29.-]?'rank Marshall, brali:^man'''of tfiis, city; �was k'iiied' yesterday at Marile Crek ^by. being run down by a car comlng.dqwn a coal chute. A Jury -deoided death was accidental. . " '' Thomas -Hardyj C. ,P..-R.^- switch, foreman, here, 'was .so "badly Injured by"^.>b'e)ng 'Kjrushed. ^letween -cars' \n' the" yard^ere^tiiat. he.,died af ^tha hoBpltalclast flight.; ife,.lep,veB^a;,Wl{e, 'alia two-children. \ |Ie �capa^ herA v ta, spent a few hours in town on'Sat-, ^ urday in the interests ot hisrorga-ni-^ zation. ' An interesting debate 'took pla,ce'at� Summerview on ..Friday evening; .-in'the question of whether the farmers should organize and endQavo'r to elect, airpartyiof. their; own,. :::/rhBres* were iiot a' clean.and'hoho^able-campaign.v some .five - speakers: on^ The recent heavy fall of snow has , from which It may be assumed t)it� almost completely:, disappeared, >.and:j.q�estion;,was,-:p an abundance of moisture IS the .re-.;:l cussed i.froni every "'angle;- T-He-jiidgtii^ suit. 'The old-time -farmers of the �> however^ .decided :ithat>'"^. the -m district-.declare they: neversaw;, cohi;[!hkd:p^^ ditions as good: as; thoy: are at vthe--! ffave";..their;deOision'^.:^^ present time, and everything points i debate was held in the sohdol house to a= splendid':year- tor the farmers.:;: | and idtew a',large::crowd. I'^During'-stb^s . =The.: Jniim atlon.. conta'insd^;i; i daily, press that:'JimsHillwas::a^oiit*MJ^ to::se-v Westein Dominion 'surve'y parses.m,.? 1 V,>H]^-'v,,o^-ii''-tlU vJi this town have bqcn. hearing reports , CASE bF.AN PECULATING AMBASSA^OR m Toluil^. willf^^ Berlin, March ?q-Count; J-Ieinrlch yon,^ ]3ernstorff. �ambassador' tt\W-.^ Alison" bi^'^econb uio | questions,''\r"^". "Bernatorft,^t.^th i p-'i ildi-everyi'ireasbn/to e\pect to^ ba apr ed to'torie'of;,the 1 uoj ui iio[ perhaps >e'jia'aj}|,' " s i m n,h^ thlq ' 3,1b thatN \\ tU I1( and . |rGu3^^i;.,Pvnham^a�aa',,Twili t'Butte" dj&f Aft^r:2"o'>earE triGt.went fronf his'bouse to'Mie^ r^^-, Phiradelphfft.'.aci_entl 'er 'as. shoi;t ..distance t ,3wayy,ip.5,j.,h]Js 'in 'hatclilngU'tm oi baretci't to get a pail of water, the. trrapin In an Inoubi bthet day.JHeg6t.^tti6;wa^�r alright,J l I il ui .i i 'piece'of'i'padroii"iaitn of bTcprs"^8JKi dirmom ..bH.oi 6j' nd^dX^^Q' MAKE A LOAN .4.Vj^aeVl%4Y?''^ WlWon.:feaVned!'i ' it ^-i'"?-; ^fen'|nVitisyr.dle;ite,,Stpbd\"eadx l#f#fe l,>M, 01 (3h|T . 1 BhoMt9m*|16|^flup to ? 0 QUI" i>i to flOOQOOuiM, (- ,wh(^tavai; be. China's.'I'p'Sd Ltp ajked tor any lu the nLB9 :Beautltul ]p 1 1 I '"'cMc * near'.Iron.Si i I'l-- -m' " td, bjj en;Vall'.femid - u buiia',ij $1,050.00, .-f750 cash Ir, lorn (I and �120C sBu^a.4i The Dowsley - d me- Est! B9C 4627 2264 ;